Thursday, June 22, 2017

Math

Please remember to bring in snacks for the end-of-year party on Tuesday.

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

You have no new homework tonight.

Remember, you have a fill-in-the-blank test in Social Studies on Friday.  (Study from your notebook.  The topics are:

  1. The Americas before the Europeans
  2. Exploration and colonization
  3. Rebellion and the new government (Declaration and Constitution)
  4. The young republic (growth and expansion)
  5. Sectionalism and Civil War

The dance is tomorrow.  If you want to dress up a bit, look up styles from the 1950s and 1960s online and give it a shot.

Monday, June 19, 2017

Homework Number 4-64

PLEASE RETURN ALL OF YOUR TEXTBOOKS.

Please bring in a bag of marshmallows for Math class.

Science
Use the boxes that you filled in in your spiral notebook and use them to make a web that connects living things.  Draw lines to connect the boxes to each other.

Please follow the example that we created together in class. Complete your work on white paper.



Friday, June 16, 2017

Homework Number 4-63 (06/16/2017)
Remember to return all of your school books.

Math

Science
Finish the project we started in your spiral notebook.  In the middle of the page you should have boxes with living things.  Each line connects a box with another living thing.  Off to the side, write at least one detail for each page.  

You should have at least 40 boxes.

ELA
Rewrite the scene you wrote for homework on a sheet of loose-leaf paper.  Due on Monday.

Social Studies
Quiz on Macbeth
Please complete the following on loose-leaf.
  1. Summarize the plot (action in the story) so far.  Write one paragraph.
  2. Explain how one of the characters has changed as the play progresses.  Give an example.
  3. Identify one important theme from this play.
  4. Identify one important event from the play that illustrates this  theme.
  5. Give one quotation from the play (Identify the scence and character.)  Explain what this quotation means.

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Homework

You will have a fill-in-the-blank final on Friday.  Identify three key facts (people, places, events, or things) for each of our five major units (15 facts in total).
  1. The Americas before the Europeans
  2. Exploration and colonization
  3. Rebellion and the new government (Declaration and Constitution)
  4. The young republic (growth and expansion)
  5. Sectionalism and Civil War

Thursday, June 15, 2017

Homework Number 4-62 (06/15/2017)

PLEASE RETURN ALL TEXTBOOKS. 

Science
Continue the work that we started in your notebook.  Remember, your job is to start with bacteria and to connect it with as many other topics as possible.  You should have at least twenty connections by tomorrow.  Pick one of these connections and explain it in a paragraph.

ELA
Choose a scene from "The Most Dangerous Game" and rewrite it as a scene for a screenplay.  (Complete this assignment in your notebook.)

Social Studies
Write a letter to Macbeth.  Warn him that his actions (use specific events from the play) will only lead to further tragedy.  Use an example from American history as supporting evidence that he is heading for increased trouble.

Quiz Friday: Macbeth

Return all textbooks

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Homework Number 4-62 (06/15/2017)

Please return all of your school books.  This includes your SCIENCE, SOCIAL STUDIES, AND MATH HANDBOOK, any books your borrowed in Social Studies and ELA, and all library books.

YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE YOUR REPORT CARD OR NEXT YEAR'S CLASS ASSIGNMENT WITHOUT A CLEAR BOOK RECORD.

Social Studies
You will have a quiz on Macbeth this Friday (tomorrow).

  1. Describe the plot so far.
  2. Compare Macbeth to any figure in history.  Explain the comparison.
  3. Compare an event from the play to an event from American history.  Explain the comparison.

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Homework Number 4-61 (06/13/2017)
Please return all of your school books.  This includes your SCIENCE, SOCIAL STUDIES, AND MATH HANDBOOK, any books your borrowed in Social Studies and ELA, and all library books.

YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE YOUR REPORT CARD OR NEXT YEAR'S CLASS ASSIGNMENT WITHOUT A CLEAR BOOK RECORD.

Math
1. Complete the worksheet on on 3-D shapes (volume).
2. Bring in a box of toothpicks and a bag of mini-marshmallows.
3. Return your Blue Handbook.

Science
Complete the fill-in-the-blank take-home quiz.  It is due tomorrow.

Please return your Science textbook.

ELA
1. Describe the conflict in "The Most Dangerous Game."
2. How is the conflict connected to Rainsford's view of the world?

Social Studies
Please identify the following in your notebook.  Use details from the text when possible.  (Use the link below to access the text.)


Please keep track of the following:
  1. Plot developments
  2. Changes in the main characters (character arc)
  3. One important theme from the play
  4. Events from the play that illustrate an important theme



Please return your Social Studies textbook.